How People Got Fire DVD (Home DVD Use Only)

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How people Got Fire is an animated children's DVD retelling the story about the origin of fire according to Elder Kitty Smith from the Kwanlin D³n First Nation. Narrators are Louise Profeit-Leblanc and Jonnie-Lyn Kushniruk. Anit-bullying message as well as globalization contained in this DVD. Rotoscoping is an animation technique in which animators trace over live-action film movement, frame by frame, for use in animated films. Home Use Only. This NFB Home Use Only DVD from GoodMinds.com is only available for sale in Canada. For

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Read-A-Long in Syllabics UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Read-A-Long in Syllabics Kit was developed by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre, Timmins, Ontario to improve the syllabics reading skills of fluent speakers of the Cree language. The 26-page guide and accompanying 90-minute audiocassette provide an opportunity for fluent speakers to practice and enhance their syllabics reading skills. The guide presents the directions in English and the text examples in Cree syllabics. Bertha Metat clearly reads the directions and examples entirely in Cree.

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Wapos Bay: They Dance at Night DVD (Home DVD Use Only)

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Wapos Bay: They Dance at Night DVD features a stop-motion animation story about three Cree children in a remote Northern Saskatchewan community. This story follows the everyday adventures of ten-year-old T-Bear, 9-year-old Talon and 6-year-old Raven. Their friends, families, and Elders play significant roles in their adventures as the children engage in traditional activities such as fishing, gathering, and hunting. Their lives are also influenced by video games, TV and cell phones. Each DVD in the series is 24-minutes long and contains English and Cree language versions of the story.

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Wapos Bay: The Elements DVD (Home DVD Use Only)

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Wapos Bay: The Elements DVD features a stop-motion animation story about three Cree children in a remote Northern Saskatchewan community. This story follows the everyday adventures of ten-year-old T-Bear, 9-year-old Talon and 6-year-old Raven. Their friends, families, and Elders play significant roles in their adventures as the children engage in traditional activities such as fishing, gathering, and hunting. Their lives are also influenced by video games, TV and cell phones. Each DVD in the series is 24-minutes long and contains English and Cree language versions of the story.

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Wapos Bay: Journey Through Fear DVD (Home DVD Use Only)

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Wapos Bay: Journey Through Fear DVD features a stop-motion animation story about three Cree children in a remote Northern Saskatchewan community. This story follows the everyday adventures of ten-year-old T-Bear, 9-year-old Talon and 6-year-old Raven. Their friends, families, and Elders play significant roles in their adventures as the children engage in traditional activities such as fishing, gathering, and hunting. Their lives are also influenced by video games, TV and cell phones. Each DVD in the series is 24-minutes long and contains English and Cree language versions of the story.

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Wapos Bay: A Time to Learn DVD (Home DVD Use Only)

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In Wapos Bay: A Time to Learn intense preparations and avoidable mishaps teach the children the importance of listening to elders and taking care with everything you do. Missing sled dogs and a pile of homework are just a few of the things Talon has to deal with before setting out for the trap line with his father, Alphonse. While Talon struggles with his creative writing assignment, T-Bear accidentally lets a sled dog escape. Wapos Bay Series is a light-hearted stop-motion animation series about the adventures of three Cree children living in remote northern Saskatchewan.

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Wapos Bay: Something to Remember DVD (Home DVD Use Only)

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Wapos Bay: Something to Remember DVD features a stop-motion animation story about three Cree children in a remote Northern Saskatchewan community. This story follows the everyday adventures of ten-year-old T-Bear, 9-year-old Talon and 6-year-old Raven. Their friends, families, and Elders play significant roles in their adventures as the children engage in traditional activities such as fishing, gathering, and hunting. Their lives are also influenced by video games, TV and cell phones. Each DVD in the series is 24-minutes long and contains English and Cree language versions of the story.

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Niigaanibatowaad: Frontrunners DVD (Home DVD Use Only)

$25.00

Niigaanibatowaad: Frontrunners is a 47-minute DVD produced by the National Film Board about the ten First Nations athletes who participated in the 1967 Pan Am Games held in Winnipeg. These young men were chosen to carry the torch along an Indigenous trading route from the USA to Winnipeg. They were excellent distance runners who carried this torch along with other First Nations youth over the 800 kilometers. The games' organizers failed to tell the youths that their services were not required as they neared the stadium in Winnipeg.

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